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determination only the sidewalk needs to be cleaned up. i want to acknowledge a miss statement in that is included well it's not necessarily a miss statement there's an uncertainty who is responsible for the area immediately adjacent to where the box it is proposed in at&t brief they've included an e-mail stating this is a paper street so the adjacent property owner is responsible for the maintenance we believe that's true, however, we've found inconsistent in our record we're in the process of confirming with the city attorney's office to get the original ordinance it refers to a list of locations we
believe that this location is not on the list that were accepted for maintenance we have consistence we have a record it shows the paper street is dpw's responsibility it has no direct bearing on the decision tonight because whether it's dpw's or the adjacent property owners responsibility it should be cleaned up but i don't know that it makes a determination of the safety of the at&t's facilities i will lastly state the landslide that's been received to d occur to the right of the site and the notice to repair was issued to mr. lee to the right of the site not the site
itself and does that mean it requires more extensive strengthening of that slope? >> we actually have one of our geotechnical engineers that look at this if it's dpw's responsibility but it's my understanding that the stabilization of the slope it's brown business owner performed after the landslide this is more simply erosion of the landslide and there could be stabilization required but not the bolting into the hillside we have his first assessment. >> ms. short one yes. that i have is whether you've evaluated this permit under the new ordinance.
>> not yet the new owners took effect on saturday so if the boards determination was to deny to uphold the appeal then we would re-evaluate whatever at&t submitted to us under the ordinance. >> i don't think it's so much this as the fact we need to review the case based on the order owners ♪ effect we've heard it after last saturday >> as i understand after discussing dui discussing with our city attorney because there's a permit that has been approved from the board upholds it was approved prior to the new ordinance taking effect,
however, if it is over turned then, yes we'll need to look at everything in light of the new ordinance. >> there was no permit because it was appealed this is the review of the permit so it has to be reviewed under the new ordinance. >> that's also been the case. >> i stand corrected. that presents a difficulty we don't have the factors and dpw hat evaluated it. we don't have the information to apply the factors and neither do you so >> well, actually i know that the dpw has to issue its order for how the legislation is interpreted but the legislation itself that has requirements i wonder in commissioner hurtado
to your question if you want the department to address the current permit as it went to the review process in the legislation itself obviously, the order has notary republic not been issued by the requirements of prevention itself. >> i thought that was what i asked and you said no. >> we haven't evaluated it but the new ordinance essentially requires additional initial outreach and assessment that didn't take place in this case. >> given that what i think oh, are we done. >> we need to ask for a any public comment on that item? >> good evening i don't want to take much time. i spoke last time here. my name is tom.
i live in the neighborhood been there 15 years. from what i see we've got a site that's approved i live there, yes it needs a little bit of work. you know, we have a community we have neighbors that have quicken you letters and a list of people that said we don't want this box at the end it's an eye soar and we have a spot down the block approved by the neighborhood but here weer and we're back and forth so i want to leave it at that i appreciate your time. as i mentioned last time i was here we put a lot of work into the hill we talked about but for
e beautifying this spot with that, i appreciate your time. >> thank you is there any further public comment seeing none, commissioners the matter is submitted. >> when they implement and they have to do additional notice there will be someone else that is not happy so but i think we have no choice but to continue this until the department has taken into consideration. >> my only issue is the amount of time it will take do you have any indication when the dpw will
issue their guidance? >> i can't say for certainly but we're gibtd to do n it westbound 60 days we have a draft we're reviewing it next week in its final form our intention was to essentially, you know, put that out for review so i think we are well within the 60 days is our goal but i can't say specifically. >> august 27th? >> i would hope before that i think we understand that lots of people have an interest in moving forward and getting those cases resolved so we're not interested in dragging this out and have a draft order that is
pretty close to going forward. >> ms. goldstein this appeal was filed april 2nd am i correct. >> it was filed april 2nd. >> well, i would move to continue it in a relatively short amount of time there might be an order imminent i'm concerned we issue a result in the amount of time that is reasonable. what's our calendar looking like in a month >> the first meeting in august is on august 14th will 13 before that we're in july 23rd there is 15 items on our calendar
august 15th majority at&t permits. >> i will be missing the august 13th and the august 20th meeting. >> okay. then we will not be having an august 20th meetings it's unlikely we will depending on commissioner hwang's appointment i recommended you not hear this so august 27th is the next best date. >> okay. so that's your motion do you want any written smiled e submittals or the department to speak. >> yeah. i want the department to speak to the next owners and hopefully, the order will provide guidance. >> so the continuance will be
the department says whether or not this meets the requirements. >> yes. for the criteria. >> i will be occurs to see the order whenever it's done. >> mr. pacheco. >> we have a motion from the vice president to continue this matter until august 27, 2014, to allow time for the dpw to clikd conclude it's analysis on that motion. commissioner fung. commissioner hwang. commissioner honda and the vote is 3 to store this matter is continued until august 27th.
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>> so what brought you out here for the bike ride today? >> i grew up in san francisco but i have been living in new york. i wanted to see what san francisco is doing with infrastructure. >> cities are where people are living these days. the bay area is doing a lot with construction and the way to change the world starts here. >> we are about to take a bike ride. we have 30 cyclist. i'm really excited to hit the road and see what the city has in store.
san francisco who's going to win. that's right we have great soccer at 3 o'clock the usc usc u usa is going to play these kids need a place to play those a ballot measure coming up we h we need to have a soccer fields at the single most important place today from hemminger gonzales who got their start they might not be in brazil we're grad to have 7 members of the board of supervisors and the mayor to support this ballot measure.
without further ado, let me introduce two important soccer moms. (clapping.) >> good afternoon. i'm amber wilson a san franciscan native i grew up playing on this fields i got married in the city and my wedding photos were at a beach let and now we have two children a 7 and 3 years old it's greatest great to see them out on the fields i hope to see my children play on a safe fields we don't worry aboutism hurting themselves and have the support of their families and joy those communities as well. so thank you very much for having me here (clapping.) >> hi i'm from ccii i didn't
pray a place of business play on the kids i find myself as a parent following my children. i want to talk about a soccer field it looks like a pier of grass or turn over but actually, it's some more powerful and beautiful and true to what being a family it is itself it the narrative spot where people write their stories and hold your kids where they cry i celebrate their victories and when a child goes down and you look at the awe of the dads and moms every authorized or friday bringing they're kindness for our children where the children learn how we where they can be and find compassion.
it's not a green flat space at all it's bigger and powerful for families not only for families but all people in san francisco we need more spaces that fill with imagination and kindness and losses to the not only the kids that play but a poultry place for kids to learn lessons i'm a thousand percent sure we need more fields and support the supervisors i mayor to create the spaces for everyone and everyone's imagination and look at a green plays and s see what is happening. thank you. (clapping.) >> thank you kirsten it was beautiful ambassador i'd like to start introducing some of our important supporters supervisor
farrell. >> thanks brad. >> all right. kids who loves playing soccer and thinks the u.s. is going to win. i'm supervisor farrell the supervisor representing district 2 i'm proud to be here with the mayor and the board of supervisors and the rec and park department i'm proud to be here as a supervisor but i'm proud to be here as a father 3 small children here in san francisco i'm excited to be here with brad and amber and kirsten thank you for your for coupling i had the opportunity to coach my sons soccer and this initiative couldn't be more important if we're to continue to attract families to our great cities and counterfeit the lives of our playing 2350e89dz is a no brainier a that's why i'm so supportive of this initiative at the board of supervisors we join
with the mayor being champions of creating new playgrounds in san francisco and making sure that the existing praugdz are available for all year round this gives us our children experience and fight obesity and builds community in san francisco. you know, every weekend with my children we go out and their placing support we go out to all sport fields we have to go to treasure island are different part of town but we need to do better as a city this initiative is key and i hope you join me and get our kids out there playing thank you very much. (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor farrell before i introduce the next sponsor supervisor supporting this initiative i want to
acknowledge and thank supervisor yee and supervisor tang and supervisor mar who are up here as well (clapping) we can't say enough of thanks to this one spooert who's been here to improve playing fields is is supervisor wiener that's out ahead of that from the very beginning (clapping.) thank you. i'm scott wiener and the honor of representing sdribltd 8 we have if you're been at the mission bay pools or soccer fields we're doing great work for opportunity for kids and daylights deputies for everyone to get experience to play and have a healthier city we can't afford to backslide to
make sure we have enough playing fields we have a sporj o shortage of baseball fields we need to do the work to make sure that everyone who wants to play sports and to engage if recreation isably to do so it's about kids and young kids and older kids and about adults and seniors and people in college everyone in this city having access to good recreation. we know that even though san francisco was recently rated as one of the top 5 biggest it cities in the u.s. we have an above average rate of tyrone type two diabetes we have to be focused to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to have visible recreation so let's
win. thank you (clapping) >> we are also thankful to have the support from the leader of the board of supervisors. i hope you'll support him here's president chiu >> good afternoon kids is is the usa going to win and are we going to win in november. >> yeah. >> all right. let me tell you a couple of thing what we're doing today, this notice not just about your future as world-class three of those we know you're learning teamwork and cooperation and leaders someone who played soccer balanced what i was a kid in you don't play soccer well, you can grow up to be a supervisor or
the mayor or a world-class soccer player i want to thank all the parents and coaches and taefbz you know how important is it is to move forward those young people in front of us represent the diversity of san francisco and the world. that he are in the and i city with the density it neighborhoods west of mississippi with the least amount of open space and fields it's important to move forward. identification proud when our san francisco board of supervisors move forward forward our playing fields in the beach of o lay we need to move forward so kids i have 3 words repeat. let kids play >> let kids play. >> let kids play. thank you very much.
(clapping.) >> thank you, supervisor. i'd like to acknowledge hydra mendez from the board of education and maria prosecute the children's department of family and the rec and park department and other directors that will take us to the future. (clapping.) is a man that needs no introduction we're here because of him we're excited to have him the mayor that will fight mayor ed lee (clapping.) thank you, thank you. well, i wanted to join our board of supervisors the parent but the most important thing our kids any public comment? let the kids play. yeah. (clapping.) well, i want to thank city fields for working in
partnership base this is a unique partnership you look across the city country how many of our cities are reinvesting in claurgsdz and doing it in a smart way you, you know, for every fields we work with to reinvestment in there's a possibly of saving one million gallons one million 5 hundred goggles of water is saved when we do those paris parks and this past year 2 thousand 4 hundred additional kids got to play in our parks how about that? 76 additional hours (clapping) those kinds of things are important we're only a city of 49 square miles and we can't build you enough parks for all the kids we've got to
reintensity and reenergy them i want to thank the board of supervisors i want to thank our rec and park director and the leadership of our education leaders and thanks all the people in the private sector susan thank you for leading the efforts with about city fields and the public (clapping) that i private partnership is important as we make sure we do our best to preserve what's best but allowing thousands of more kids could use them how about more hours of soccer kids >> yeah. >> so from garfield to correcter amazon to sunset to the mission all parks are welcoming kids we've got to do a better job let's keep visiting in our infrastructure make that
a private-public deal go kids let's all do this. >> let kids play. let us play. let us play. let us play. let us play. let us play. thanks kids. two brief outlines before i turn it over to the big screen on the safekeeping plaza. first ma'am, grady member of the parks hallway lines thank you for your support and last but not least is you guys the kids because while we're up here working hard it's our excitement and your commitment to the neighborhoods in playing supporters that matters thanks guys >> thank you all for coming
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